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Author Archives: Marcin Grzejszczak

Senior Java Developer with team building and managing skills. Enthusiast of JVM languages (Groovy, Scala) and clean coding

Microservice Deployment


It’s been a while since my last post. In the meantime of course nothing has changed in terms of the microservice hype. I’ve been  attending many microservice’s talks and what I’m always missing are concrete details on many different subjects. One of which is deployment. In this post I’ll try to depict how at 4financeIT we want to do microservice ...

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Doing microservices with micro-infra-spring


Hi! We’ve been working at 4financeit for last couple of months on some open source solutions for microservices. I will be publishing some articles related to microservices and our tools and this is the first of (hopefully) many that I will write in the upcoming weeks (months?) on Too much coding blog. This article will be an introduction to the ...

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Spring’s @Primary annotation in action


Spring is a framework that never stops to amaze me. It’s because of the fact that it offers plenty of different solutions that allow us, developers, to complete our tasks without writing millions of lines of code. Instead we are able to do the same in a much more readable, standardized manner. In this post I will try to describe ...

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Sorry for not having written for some time but I was busy with writing the JBoss Drools Refcard for DZone and I am in the middle of writing a book about Mockito so I don’t have too much time left for blogging… Anyway quite recently on my current project I had an interesting situation regarding unit testing with Mockito and ...

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Google Guava Cache with regular expression patterns


Quite recently I’ve seen a nice presentation about Google Guava and we came to the conclusion in our project that it could be really interesting to use the its Cache functionallity. Let us take a look at the regexp Pattern class and its compile function. Quite often in the code we can see that each time a regular expression is ...

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